Remarkable Places Listed in 2018. 23 now have grade II status.
The list includes a former lifeboat house in Essex and two Rolls Royce testing hangars in Nottingham. A thatched memorial bus shelter in Dorset. Also a cattle trough in London and an Arts and Crafts garden in Gloucestershire.
The selection has astonished as well as admired by many.
Watch the video. It goes through the 23 selected buildings. They may surprise but all look pretty fantastic. And it is good that they are regarded as structures that should be looked after and kept.
The locations are dotted around England.
What do you think of the sites? Are they worth saving? Should the buildings be given protection? Many certainly unusual. The design and way structures built help make-up the beauty behind the age.
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Up to 23 #remarkable places given #Listed status by @HistoricEngland view them here https://t.co/E2GdFRAUYY among them cattle trough, railway station, pedestrian subway #Stunning #unique #art pic.twitter.com/VguvakojgO
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